World’s First Electric Rolls-Royce Is Pretty Cool

Electric Rolls-Royce

Tesla might want to keep an eye over its shoulders, because there may be some Phantoms in its midst. Lunaz, which hails from the United Kingdom, is transforming the stunning Rolls-Royce Phantom V into an all-electric super car. So now, you can enjoy all the luxury and classic appeal of Rolls-Royce while also minimizing your environmental footprint.

Only thirty of these all-electric Phantom V’s are slatted to be built. And you can bet that a lot of people are going to try to get their hands on one. This will mark the first time that an electric Rolls-Royce will be available.

Electric Rolls-Royce Phantom

Each electric Phantom V will be hand built at the Lunaz headquarters, which is located in Silverstone, England. David Lorenz, the founder of Lunaz, stated that the time was right for an electric Rolls-Royce. He also cited the need for usability, sustainability, and reliability. Great electric powertrains are able to deliver all of the above in spades.

Besides the Phantom V, you’ll also be able to get your hands on electrified Silver Clouds. And you can save quite a bit with a Silver Cloud as well. The electric Phantom is expected to start at roughly $660,000, while the Silver Cloud will start around $450,000.

Electric Rolls-Royce Phantom Interior

Lunaz has only been on the scene for about 2 years. The company takes classic cars that are out of commission and refurbishes them for modern life. The Rolls Royces, for example, have undergone complete renovations. Not only are they electrified, but wood paneling, alpaca wool foor mats, and various other things have been installed and restored.